Darrow Miller and Friends

Category: Imago Dei

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The Feminine Manifesto

If I could have an honest conversation with Betty Friedan, trailblazer of the modern feminist movement, we would have words! Betty in her seminal book, The Feminine Mystique, dismally described the home and women’s role in it as a “comfortable concentration camp”. If we could talk, I would tell Betty

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Great Commission and Cultural Commission: Two Sides to One Coin

Christians are generally familiar with Jesus’ mandate for the church, what we usually call the Great Commission, but fewer Christians are familiar with the Cultural Commission. Fewer still see the connection between these two commissions. Yet, neither has been rescinded. On the contrary, both remain active expressions of God’s purpose

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God’s Laws Promote Nations’ Lives

Teach the nations to follow God’s laws God’s commands are beautifully simple and wonderfully profound. Through obedience to God’s commands people and nations find freedom, life, and peace. According to Jesus’ Great Commission, his disciples are to continually engage in teaching the nations. Nations are to actively obey all Christ

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A Thanksgiving Reflection: Why is the West Wealthier Than the Rest?

The West, as a whole, has developed beyond the rest of the world and in fact has blessed many in other parts of the globe. Notwithstanding its postmodern critics, including professors who love to censure Western civilization, the history of the West has something to teach the rest. While there

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Glenn Youngkin Won Because of Education.  Here’s How He Can Deliver on His Promises.

It’s going to take more than a ban on critical race theory to make Virginia schools great again.  On Election Day, political newcomer Glenn Youngkin upset Terry McAuliffe to be elected governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia, which a year ago voted for President Biden by ten points.  McAuliffe enjoyed

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